Apartments for Rent in Waco, TX
Founded in 1849, Waco is situated along the Brazos River about halfway between Dallas and Austin on I-35. Although not as large as the two cities that flank it, this dynamic, fast-paced city has much to offer new Waco apartment renters.
The Waco Suspension Bridge was the longest single-span suspension bridge west of the Mississippi when it was built in 1870. Today, this popular tourist destination also features a River Walk and Indian Spring Park.
The Dr. Pepper Museum is located in the historic 1906 building where Dr. Pepper was originally bottled, shortly after it was invented here in 1885. Exhibits, a turn-of-the-century soda fountain, and more will delight fans of the oldest major soft drink in the country.
Cameron Park is a 416-acre park situated along the Brazos and Bosque Rivers. It contains 20 miles of trails, a river walk, kayak and canoe launches, a disc golf course, playgrounds, a spray park, and the Cameron Park Zoo. The zoo is located on 52 acres and includes a coral reef aquarium, and American Indian village, and more.
Cool off at Waco Water Park, which includes a vortex pool, two water slides, and a zero-depth entry pool, or head to one of Waco’s five free spray parks. Or, spend the day at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, the Mayborn Museum Complex, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame, the Martin Museum of Art, the Waco Hippodrome Theatre, and several other great downtown Waco locations.